Invisible, she stood, clapping and cheering for her friends dancing to the tune of a peppy bollywood number.
She could never come into the spotlight because the teachers felt she wasn’t presentable enough.
Her role was limited to choreographing and getting the dancers dressed up to face the eager eyed parents.
She tried to seek solace in the thought that if not for her, this dance would not have happened.
No amount of clapping or cheering from the audience could do anything to subside the ache in her throat, of feeling invisible, of being ignored because of her shape and colour.
Each year April is special for the blogging community as a lot of us embark on the AtoZ Challenge – one where each day of April, we attempt to write on one English alphabet. The letter for the day is I and today’s post revolves around the word invisible.